Mark McKay

by Mark Mckay

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1.
Waiting 03:48
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I heard the sound of your piano and I went back in time a long road of different faces and people passing by here on the home front it's been a clusterfuck I hear you're doing fine I'd have written to you sooner I haven't had the time it's been a long time since I last saw you I don't remember where i still feel your own silence i still feel the same we got a lot of love why don't you meet me at the meeting spot I have been alone a lot of things I want to say to you I have been alone we got a lot of love I heard the sound of your piano I went back in time a long road of different faces people passing by now we're living here on the home front these are different times I'd have written to you sooner I haven't had the time I haven't had the time.
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Together 05:21
Tennessee came to me out of breath from trying the more I look the more I see this way of life is dying everyone in the marketplace never stop from drying out so roll another number now get tired of that crying sound soon enough came knocking at our door and it was early another century closed its eyes the collection plate was empty a southern man in a long black coat sighed and breathed the deepest sigh you've ever heard and belted one last verse and passed away for good goodnight to all you came to be it's good to know when you've had enough the daylight brightly would say it's time go home you can't stay here be careful driving around out there it's later now than when we first came dakota dust has settled down so far from new york city roll another suitcase in my love you look so pretty even if your hair turns gray you can't see beyond the open door we're standing in don't let this worldliness become our friend no goodnight to all you came to be it's good to know when you've had enough the daylight brightly would say it's time go home you can't stay here be careful driving around out there it's later now than when you first came
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Your Piano 04:44
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Dakota Dust 06:34
Was it the hum of the late night guitars calling alone was it the hazy glow of the tail lights that followed you home was it the weight of the years settled down in your bones that made you finally decide to surrender your heart was hard and cold and withered like a shed made of tin sometimes the light that shines from outside would come sneaking in you tried so hard to buy what cannot be sold now you can't believe your own eyes anymore if you ever run into people who know me maybe you'll mention my name and they'd show you some kind of amazing love for someone that falls like the stars and burns like the sun and it's colder than hell in the winter up here in the north herkimer county new york where my family was born most folks stay for something or someone you made it rich with a life on the run if you ever run into people who know me maybe you'll mention my name and they'd show you some kind of amazing love for someone that falls like the stars and burns like the sun.
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Nashville 05:41
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Bullets 05:13
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Herkimer 04:23
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Hold Me Down 03:47
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Jackie Brown 04:41

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This album is a current representation of The Mark McKay Band with new, previously unreleased tracks as well as deep cuts from other albums produced by Eric Ambel at Cowboy Technical Services Recording Rig in Brooklyn. The last track is Jackie Brown by John Mellencamp featuring Scott Murawski on guitar and Kris Delmhorst on cello and backing vocals and was produced by Ducky Carlisle at Room 9 From Outer Space in South Boston.

The Mark McKay Band is:

Eric Ambel (guitars, vocals, trumpet, organ, etc.)
Keith Christopher (bass)
Phil Cimino (drums)
love I.E.D (spoken word)

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released June 2, 2016

Produced by Eric Ambel

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